Course Lessons
Google Apps
Google Docs
Google Sites
Plan to Implement
ePortfolios - Overview

Google Tool Comparison

Blogs, Wikis, Docs: Which is right for your lesson? A Comparison Table from Miguel Guhlin

Should you use regular Google Tools (using a GMail address) or GoogleApps for Education? See these Pros and Cons from Colette Cassinelli:

Which Google tool should you use for ePortfolio development?

Google Sites
Interactivity, provide feedback Add comments, RSS feeds Share function - Add comments, Edit contents, RSS Share function - Edit Contents, RSS Share function - Add comments, Edit contents, RSS
File (attachment) storage Stores uploaded photos in Picasa

* Each document up to 500K, plus up to 2MB per embedded image.
* Each user has combined limit of 5000 documents and presentations and 5000 images.
* Upload presentations up to 10MB in size in both .ppt and .pps file formats

100 MB limit in each regular Google Sites account
Quota per domain in Standard GoogleApps: 10GB
Quote per EDU domain: 100GB
Google storage FAQ
Navigation Linear and Category links Linear with hyperlinks Hyperlinked pages, Navigation Bar
Special Features/Purpose Blog (web log) - Individual entries organized in reverse-chronological order Online equivalent of Word with collaborative authoring and comments Online equivalent of PowerPoint with collaborative authoring and live presentation Website/wiki with capability for embedding GoogleDocs,
Best use for ePortfolio Reflective Journal Artifact development, reflection, feedback Presentation portfolio development and showcase Web-based presentation portfolio

Updated on Sep 5, 2009 by Helen Barrett (Version 9)